Private clouds allow for managing multiple databases under one roof, avoiding unnecessary resource management. Private cloud solutions can be applied in sectors such as healthcare, retail, and software. The Introduction to Private Cloud using Oracle Exadata and Oracle Database will explore the general architecture of private cloud databases with a focus on Oracle's Exadata database machine. The book describes the private cloud using fundamental-level Exadata and database.
Exadata has been Oracle's pioneer product for almost a decade. In the last few years, Oracle has positioned Exadata for customers to consume as a cloud service. This book will provide a timely introduction to Exadata for current and potential Oracle customers and other IT professionals.
Okcan Yasin Saygili is Lead Solution Architect in Turkcell. He was a cloud and database consultant at Oracle Partner HUB. His first aim is to engage Oracle partners in business development in the cloud. His second is for partners to achieve competitive database migration to the Oracle cloud/on-premise database and to deliver adoption services and business development for enterprise resource planning (ERP) to them. In other words, his objective is to increase use of the Oracle product family in the Oracle partner environment. To do so, he establishes one-to-one partner connections and performing migrations/upgrades. In addition, Yasin is responsible for project management, developing systems, database migration, adoption, and all pre-sales activities for seven countries in the partner environment. He also creates product workshops and web casts for partners and writes blogposts. Yasin was selected for inclusion in EMEA's "Top 75 Promising Young Students" by IBM Brussels and received executive IT training at IBM Brussels, Belgium. Yasin is an Oracle ACE. His main areas of expertise are database management and software engineering. He is also one of the management members of TROUG (Turkish Oracle User Group). Yasin is a startup project guru and has developed nearly 10 software projects, including the well-known CompileLab.